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N Scale Model Train Carriages

If you are an enthusiastic train hobbyist you will find lots of choice for model train carriages in the gauge and scale that works for you. Model trains are a great hobby to share with your family and you can create detailed scenes for your trains to move through. The train carriages work with a DC power supply and an analog control. Some are plastic and others are made from materials like metal and wood.

Model Train Carriages From Different Trains

Model train parts can be confusing but there are lots of fun carriages available. There are vintage style N scale model train locomotives as well as modern and sleek carriages to suit any hobbyist’s preferences. You can also find specific brands like hornby N scale model trains, Atlas and Kato. You can even find special edition options modelled after specific trains throughout history or in books and films. If you are looking to add more carriages to an existing model train, you can find matching carriages in sets or individually.

Different Gauges

The 9mm gauge track is the right size for the N scale trains. Be sure to check the specifications of the carriage and distinguish between N gauge and N scale.

The N Scale Trains

N Scale trains are widely available and come in a variety of types. They work on a 9mm gauge track and convenient because they do not take up as much space as other scales of train. This means you are more able to set up a dedicated space for your hobby and have a few different train sets. The scale of the trains at this size can vary but the standard size is between 1:148 to 1:160 in scale. N gauge and N scale are often confused so make sure to select carefully.

Getting Started with Model Trains

You can find full model train sets if you are looking to get started with this hobby. Sets include tracks, trains and carriages, plus instructions to make it easy to set up. You can start with a simple loop of track then expand into creating full scenes with scenic elements like grass, trees, hills and tunnels.

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